Anytime we can know more about where our thinking, feelings, and behaviors come from, the greater we can feel in control of our actions in our everyday encounters whether at work or home. Opening yourself up to this self-knowledge can mean a great deal of difference in your relationships, your personal growth and professional development.

The Energy Leadership Index (ELI)

Everything about us is energy. And as with any kind of energy ours ebbs and flows over the course of the day. We can wake up in the morning feeling great and then that one person who cuts us off or ignores us can provoke a response from us that takes away that great feeling from the beginning of the day. What if you could see those energy fluctuations coming and do something that helps you hold onto those good feelings?

The Energy Leadership Index is a one-of-a-kind assessment that enables leaders to hold up mirrors to their perception, attitudes,behaviors, and overall leadership capabilities. It is the only assessment of its kind.

From this self-assessment you will…

  • See the average of your energy levels under normal conditions and when under stress
  • Know where your energy is when you are “in the zone”
  • Understand your core thoughts, core feelings, and results that occur with each of the 7 levels of energy

Barbara Hetzel is a Certified Master Practitioner in the Energy Leadership Index.

Web copy used by permission. No reproduction or retransmission is permitted without expressed written consent of Bruce D Schneider and the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC). ©2006-2011 Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC)

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®)

The MBTI® is a personality assessment that was decades in the making, and since 1975 has been available to the general public. It has been used in corporations, non-profits, schools, and for individuals as a way to gain understanding of personality differences.

The MBTI® is based on Carl Jung’s theories of personality and the instrument itself identifies for the individual where they fall on four different scales.

Extroversion – Introversion
Sensing – Intuition
Thinking – Feeling
Judgment – Perception

Based on the combination from these scales there are 16 distinct personality types that provide awareness not only for the individual, but also with those we are in contact with at home or work. There are some unique applications of the types in the workplace and within organizations that can contribute to the challenges or successes.

Barbara Hetzel is certified to administer and interpret the MBTI®